Coming Up Soon: Stylish second-hand shopping, sex on the screen and Steve Wozniak

Copenhagen Loves Secondhand
Drop by for some second-hand shopping at #TRADONOMARKET, which consists of more than 80 stalls featuring carefully selected from Danish fashion bloggers, instagramers and other stylish people (Oct 30, 11:00; Docken, Færgehavnsvej 35, Cph Ø)


Please Let Me Die Already
Opening its doors on Culture Night, this exhibition explores the ever closing gap that exists between humans and technology, as we move towards a kind of immortality through cyberspace (Oct 14, 17:00; KVIT Galleri, Blågårdsgade 31C, Cph N)


Disruption
Aimed at business leaders, ‘Disruption’ is the latest event organised by the Presidents Institute. The speakers include Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph and Nigel Farage (Oct 25, 12:00; Bella Center, Cph S; tickets from 9,023kr)
Learn more and buy tickets here.


Verdi Requiem
Kantatekor, featuring an orchestra and 100-strong choir, are performing Verdi’s Requiem, one of the most magnificent pieces of vocal music ever written (Oct 30, 16:00; Store Magleby Kirke, Dragør; Nov 2, 20:00, Vor Frue Kirke; 120-210kr)’


Yoga night with candle light
Natha Yoga Center will be hosting a spiritual evening revolving around yoga and meditation. As a participant, you are invited to turn off your phone, open your heart, and bring friends (Oct 15, 20:00; Natha Yoga Center, Nordre Fasanvej 230, Cph N; 120-150kr)


Punk Feminist Porn Festival
The two-day Punk Feminist Porn Festival celebrates alternative porn directed by women that can be enjoyed by all genders. Promising kink, queer and pro-sex feminism galore! (Oct 15-16, 19:00; Husets Biograf, Rådhusstræde 13, Cph K; 70kr)




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